Hello Cindy,cindy wrote:That's it. For those in contention with this and want to stay with Saturday rest they can rest on Saturday OUTSIDE THE GATE OF THE TEMPLE.
I'd like to see indisputable proof of that, because Michael Rood says he has proof that the 7 day continual 7th day has continued uninterupted since before Yahushua's timecindy wrote:I've read a number of current works and the picture I am getting honestly is that the seven day week as we know it did not get settled until late first to the third century. Certainly after the destruction of the Temple in 70 AD.
In the coming weeks I hope to do research in the Jerusalem/Palestinian Talmud to see what was going on with the calendar. The last I read there was a fight between the Babylonian Rabbis and the Jerusalem Rabbis over controlling the calendar after 70 CE.
Hi Cindy,cindy wrote:When I mentioned outside the gate this is in direct relation to the verse in
Ezekiel. I'm not going to keep anyone outside of the gates. I'm just saying if you are incorrect that is what will happen.
Hi Cindy,cindy wrote:Kickme and chuck Hello,
Are you saying all the Holy Appointed Feasts are determined by the Moon, but not the Seventh day Sabbath? I think this is what you are saying.
Actually the 5 days in question (16-20) aren't "work days"; they are all "festival days". I'm not sure what is confusing about a 7-day Festival having holy convocations on the 1st & 7th days.Over the week of Unleavened bread I was confused over having a Holy convocation on the 15th of Nisan and then another seven days later on the 21st. That is only five work days. Then I reread the passages closer and realized that yes you have unleavened bread for seven days 15-21, but the six days of labor are from the 16th to the 21st which makes the 22nd the Holy convocation.
Since Scripture gives no specific monthly dates for the weekly Sabbath, i go by the reasonable assumption that it is a continually repeating 7-day week. I must add, that for Yahshua to have been killed on Abib 14, and resurrected 3 days + 3 nights later (either at the end of the Sabbath or early on the 1st day), it would be impossible for the weekly Sabbath to be on the 15th.
Michael Rood says he has proof that the 7 day continual 7th day has continued uninterupted since before Yahushua's time.
Hi "Chosen",chosen wrote:i'd like to see mr. rood's "indesputable" proof.Michael Rood says he has proof that the 7 day continual 7th day has continued uninterupted since before Yahushua's time.
we know that that can not be true, there were times when the so-called week was 7, 8, or 10 days long. you can look it up in any encyclopedia.
Hi Cindy,cindy wrote:Let's take a look at the week/calendar you are using.
According to your reckoning Yahshua was resurrected on the Sabbath 17th late in the day or on the 18th early.
That would mean Yahshua arrived in Jerusalem on the 10th of Nisan which would be a Sabbath, to your reckoning, meaning He broke the Sabbath and everyone else did too because that is the day they chose the lambs.
The prophet Jonah disagrees with you; please see my post under the "Calender Discussion" - "Sign of Jonah/passover lamb" topic.3 days and 3 nights does not mean in the grave.
Yes, the 10th would've been a Sabbath; please explain briefly WHY you think they would've broken it. Choosing the lambs wouldn't've broken it, since that was part of the required religious observance.
Also, can you give a Scripture that supports your view that "heart of the earth" means "becoming sin"?
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